Wetting agents wet laxatives soften stools by increasing the wetness ability of the intestinal water. Soft bowel and stools move easily. Osmotic agents are used for some diagnostic bowel procedures. Secretory or stimulant cathartics are used for some diagnostic bowel procedures. * Brother Abdulaziz al-Bakri says that there are pills that appear from time to time in the mouth and spread throughout the whole A mouth every two or three weeks with the tongue, under the tongue, and in the gums from the inside and outside. The second question says that he has chronic constipation since childhood and did not benefit with him all the medications until the solutions that perfumers sell as a laxative. He also says that he has an ulcer and has avoided all kinds of food and spices, and he has heard of peel Pomegranate with honey to treat ulcers, what is the method of use? On the one hand, pills that spread in the mouth, in the tongue, and under it, and in the gums, inside and outside, all of these things are caused by problems in the stomach, as well as chronic constipation.
Laxatives to increase mass and volume Bulking agents This type of laxative can be used for long periods of time and safely. This type works slowly and gently to enhance the evacuation. The optimal use of this group involves gradually increasing the dose while consuming additional quantities of sufficient fluid until a suitable volume, mass, and softness is formed for the stool. This therapeutic approach produces natural effects and does not lead to the formation of a habit to take a laxative (a laxative does not become accustomed to and relied on evacuation.)